New lovely portrait photo of Angelina, Loung Ung and their younger friends and actors working on First They Killed My Father were photographed at the Telluride Film Festival.
I was able to grab a copy of the English magazine The Telegraph when I was abroad so I have scanned it for you. I’ve also added several videos from the First They Killed My Father LA Press Conference and the Telluride Film Festival, view them all here.
Several new interviews with Angelina from the Telluride Festival and you can read them all in our press archive. It’s so great to be able to read this many new interviews from Angelina, even if most of them are from the same press conference. But it means that the movie is getting a lot of attention!
I also added scans from the UK magazine Screen International and the August/September 2017 issue.
In the Deadline interview she confirms Maleficent 2, which I’m sure delights most of us! 🙂 It was also published on the site Tracking Board that Jez Butterworth will rewrite the script.
After working with him on Cruella, Disney has hired Jez Butterworth to rewrite the script for Maleficent 2, the Tracking Board has exclusively learned.
Joe Roth is producing the sequel, which will see Angelina Jolie reprise her role as the iconic Sleeping Beauty villain. Maleficent scribe Linda Woolverton wrote the initial draft of the screenplay.
New interview by Deadline who met Angelina at the Telluride Film Festival and she confirms that Maleficent 2 is going to happen! Hurray for that!
Angelina Jolie told me she’s having a great time at her first Telluride Film Festival, where since the debut here Saturday of First They Killed My Father, her fourth directorial effort that’s been winning strong praise.
The powerful, beautifully shot film, set during the 1970s when Pol Pot’s deadly Khmer Rouge regime terrorized Cambodia, will debut on Netflix and in select theaters in mid-September after Jolie takes it to the Toronto Film Festival.
The film is based on Loung Ung’s memoir about the devastating effect the Khmer Rouge had on her own family when she was just 9 years old. Ung, who is also in Telluride, adapted the book with Jolie. But Jolie told the Telluride audience yesterday the Cambodian people really made it themselves. “Netflix made it possible and gave them the tools to tell their story,” she said.
Read full interview in our press archive.